Hey, Skidmore students: if you didn't fly out to the Bahamas this spring break, chances are you're chilling in your Northwoods or New Scrib apartment, trying to "study" and "get a head start on your thesis," but we've got some distractions for you that aren't Netflix. Stop wondering what food your roommate won't notice if you eat and check out these spring break ideas to have a staycation in Saratoga.
Dr. Seuss lives on in the homes and hearts of families every day, but especially on his birthday week, we love to celebrate all things Seuss! March 2nd is when Theodor Seuss Geisel was born, and if he were still living today, he'd be 110 years old!
To commemorate his special day, many local libraries and bookstores held special Seuss events this past weekend. But here at Saratoga.com, we are remembering Seuss by giving his well-known classic "One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish" a Saratoga twist!
Yes, it will be 45 degrees out on Saturday (yippie!) but looking ahead, we're going to get another set of icy days with temperatures dipping below the double digits. We don't want to crush your hope for spring, but we do want to help you get through this last stretch of winter.
If you're anything like us, you've probably exhausted Netflix, given up on The Walking Dead, and are considering returning to that old-fashioned hobby called reading - at least until March Madness starts.
It's Valentine's Day Weekend! Kiss the one you love, buy a bouquet for that special someone, or use it as an excuse to bury your face in Russell Stover goodness. Here's this weekend's What's New Insider, for all you ever-lasting couples or the single birds fluttering into the Saratoga dating pool.
The Saratoga City Center celebrates its 30th Anniversary with special exhibits throughout this year. A beacon of community togetherness, The Saratoga City Center has welcomed over 150,000 events since 1984.
A new partnership is bringing The Chamber Music Society's regular season to the Saratoga Performing Arts Center each summer as its resident chamber music constituent.
After 45 years of exquisite chamber music, bringing together musicians with national praise and acclaim from The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and several others, CMS will for the first time have a summer residency at SPAC this summer.
As the thick flurries continue to fall on the roof of my home in Glens Falls, the streets compacting under car tires with pearly snowdrifts, it's easy to think about summer time. It's never too early to plan for summer, and the Saratoga live music scene is jam packed with great acts. Mark these events on your calendar and forget about all this snow!